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Kartik Aaryan: “People asking me about my monologues”

Young actor Kartik Aaryan has managed to make his own mark in the Bollywood among the hoards of star kids. Kartik who is known for his 5-minute monologue from ‘Pyaar Ka Panchnama’ is once again teamed up with his ‘Panchnama’ director Luv Ranjana for his latest offering ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’.  Kartik talked about playing ‘Sonu’, his fellow actors and much more. 

Kartik Aaryan

The movie has a different plot than your previous movies, comment.

That you will come to know only after you watch it. The movie will entertain you. The writing style is different and there are some never seen before aspects in the script.

Kartik Aaryan

Does it have one of your trademark monologues?

Many people are asking me this question. Rather than commenting on this, I would request you to watch the movie and then only you will get the answer.

Kartik Aaryan

Looks like you have become master in such type of stories.

Only me and Luv Sir make such movies so there is no competition. Luck is also on our side. We are happy that the viewers are getting what they want through our movies. I will keep doing these kinds of movies.

How different is your character in this movie?

There is vast difference between ‘Rajjo’ from ‘Pachnama’ and ‘Sonu’ from this movie. There is nothing common between these two. Before I start shoot, I do workshop for my character. I have to go through different journey for my every role.

Kartik Aaryan

Since 8 years, you have been working Luv Ranjan.

After being with each other for such long period, we have started taking each other granted. I am his ‘Panchnama’ baby. He has literally groomed me in this field. We have been together since our first film, so we share an amazing bond. 

Will you be comfortable doing a villain’s role?

Definitely yes! I would like to do a role just like Shah Rukh Sir did in ‘Darr’.

Kartik Aaryan

When you look back at the journey so far, what you feel about it?

I came to Mumbai from Gwalior. There is different flavour to struggling in Mumbai. To buy a car with your own money is an amazing feeling. Everyone has their own journey and I feel proud of mine.

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